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FATALITY AT MASSHFIELD.
Two Men Blown Up by Blasting
MAitsriFlELD, Or., April 12. A
frightful accident happened Tuesday
afternoon at the government rock quar
ry on South Coos river, in which Hen
ry Bartell and William Garrison were
blown up with powder and both ser
The men were at work blasting rock,
Thev had used a number of sticks of
giant powder to spring the bole and Ia
ter put in some black powder, but as it
was jammed in the hole the men had to
put fuse to it to blow ltout.This they did
and then before the hole had sufficient
ly cooled from the last powder, they
started to put in the final charge. Bar-
tell had a keg of black powder in bis
hands and was pouring it in the hole.
Garrison was standing by to tamp it,
but when about two quarts of powder
bad been poured in the hole it ignited
and.an explosion occurred. Barteil'B
face was fearfully burned, but the sur
geons say he will come out all right.
Garrison's bands were badly burned.
S. R. Davis, the leading contractor
on Coos bay, was boarding the
steamer Butcher Boy when the
gang plank slipped and he fell a dis
tance of ten feet, breaking three ribs.
Port Townsend Gollectorship.
Washington, April 12. In connec
tion with the dismissal from the service
by Secretary Carlisle of Deputy Collect
or Cardinell of Portland, Or., for Illegal
landing of Chinese, charges of similar
import were made against the collector
at Port Townsend, but Senator Squire
says be has made inquiries at the treas
ury department, and was told by offic
ials that the charges in this case were
groundless. The Port Townsend col
lector has telegraphed Senator Squire
courting a full Investigation of his offic
ial conduct. There are several candi
dates for Port Townsend collectorahlp,
but Talbot of Seattle appears to have
the inside track. He is supported by
John Collins, one of the leading Demo
crats of Washington state, and Senator
Squire will also do what he cau for
blm. Cleveland frequently relies upon
the advice of Republican politicians,
and Squire's endorsement may prove
Assassination Story Untrue.
Lisbon, April 12. It 1b officially
stated the report of t:e attempted assas
sination yesterday of King Carlos Is un
true. The story bad lta origin In the
antics of an insane Jew named Solomon
Azanlot, who labors under the delusion
that be is a brother of the king, Azan
lot declares that when be approached
the king it was merely for the purpose
of having a conversation with him.
Tacoma Vote Bend.
Tacoma, April 11. The most hotly
contested election In the city's history
took place today. Two propositions
were voted upon one to purchase the
water and electric light plant of the
Tacoma Light & Water company for
$1,760,000 and to Issue bonds for $2,160,
000 in payment therefor, and to change
the system to a gravity system by
Drlnging water from Thomas and Pat
terson's springs. The other proposition
was to issue bonds for $ 120.760 to con
struct a bridge across Fuyallup river
channel to tide flats. Both propositions
carried. The water bonds received 111
votes over the required three-fourths
majority and the bridge bonds 236 over
tbe necessary majority. About 6,200
votes wore cast.
Com pressed yeast Clark Epptoy.
TUTT'f FILLS art nmlm t dittwM.
Sweeps Over Mississippi Valloy
CYCLONES LEAVE DEATHLY TRACKS
Tornados Twisting Houses, Demolish
ing Cities and Towns,
Lives LoV Cattle Killed and
Whole Villages Wiped Oat.
Wiad la Kuiu, Hail iu Texas,
Water la lew, and Misery ia Mla
eart -Crepa Completely Ruined
ia Texme Steratkiag'a Veageaace.
TORNADO IN INDIANA.
Indianapolis, April 11. Advices
from different portions of the state this
morning tell of heavy damage and loss
of life by the storm last night and early
this morning. A tornado swept over
the southwestern portion of Kokomo
at 4 this morning, demolishing machin
ery and boiler rooms of the American
Straw Board Mills. Robert Douglass
is hilled. Financial loss, $30,000. The
storm uprooted trees and damaged oth
er buildings. Serious washouts are re
ported on lumber railroads at various
HAIL IN TEXAS.
Albany, Texas, April 12. A terri
fic wind and bail storm passed two
miles north of here last night, sweeping
everything in its path. Whole farms,
orchards, and crops of small grain are
completely ruined. Grannries, barns,
and windmills are destroyed. Many
cattle were killed.
Rollo, Mo., April 12. A severe cy
clone passed Over the southern part of
this city last Zilght. Ten dwellings and
and barns are demolished, and many
others damaged. Nobody killed.
Page City, Mo., April 12. A terri
ble tornado struck this city last evening,
tearing and twisting houses, creating
widespread ruin. William Walker
and his two children are killed and
many others injured.
TWO TOWNS DESTROYED.
Hiawatha, Kan., April 12. It is
reported Willis and Powbattan, vil
lages of 600 Inhabitants each, south of
here, are totally destroyed by tbe cy
clone last ninbt. The cyclone was fol
lowed by bail, which damaged fruit.
Nothing authentic Is learned.
ST. LOUIS DAMAOED.
St. Louis, Mo., April 12. Last
night's storm did wide spread damage
in this city and vicinity. Hall stones
demolished a large amount of glass all
over tbe city. From all over city and
suburbs come reports of bouses unroofed
and other minor damage done. No
loss of life 's reported so far.
St. Paul, Minn., April 12. A fear
ful cyclone passed over northern Iowa
last night. It struck Plymouth county
at 3 o'clock. The storm covered a wide
path. The Iron wagon-bridge across
the Sioux river was torn to pieces.
Houses were unroofed or carried from
their foundations and destoyed. A
man and his wife were killed at one
farmhouse. Several.otbers were badly
injured and many horses and cattle
killed. At Page, Neb., the storm de
molished the depot, blew tbe cars off
tbe traoK and injured a woman snd a
MISSOURI LAID WASTE.
Kanbab City, Mo., April 12. Par
ker was struck by a cyclone a 7 o'clock
last evening. Tbe business part of the
town Is a completo wreck, as well as
half the residence portion. Several
persons are reported killed and a large
number seriously injured. Another
cyclone struck Walnut, in the northern
part of Kansas, at about 0 o'clock.
Along the route houses were blown
down, outhouses and fences were de
stroyed, aud numerous cattle killed.
three towns in ruins.
Hiawatha, Kan., April 12. Meager
dispatches received from the southern
part of Kansas state that three towns
were laid In ruins. Near Robinson, a
14-year-old son of F. P. Holton, a
wealthy merchant, was struck by
lightening and instantly killed.
Pakib, Tex., April 12. A destructive
rain, wind and hall storm prevails.
Many residences aud oue'oburcb were
Lincoln, Neb., April 12. Ttleekoae
and telegraph wires are down. Iu the
western part of the stato the rains
amounted almost to a cloudburst.
Kanbab City, April 12,-Eaalorn
Kansas and Western Missouri wcro
visited by torrlblo cyclones last night.
Many houses wcro demolished, and
scores badly wrecked. The loss of life
Is believed to have been great. Little
definite news la obtainable
ten square miles swept,
St. Joseph, Mo., April 12. Late
yesterday afternoon a destructive oy
clone visited the country northeast of
SUnsborry, covering a strip two miles
wide, and five miles long. Almost
every building In IU path was destroy
ed. Several people are killed, among
them Mrs, Ward and her husband.
JohnBhelton Is fatally hurt. Anuu-
known woman Is also killed.
Town Blown Away.
DiRNRT. Kans.. Anril 12. A dls-
asterous cyclone passed across this
county last evening. Two houses are
HpmnlUhfid. The town of Parker is
said to have been blown out of exist
ence. So far onlv the most meagre re
ports of damage are received.
Cyclone in Iowa.
Sioux City, Iowa, April 12. A cy
olone struok the town of Akron, Iowa,
yesterday afternoon. Many house and
business blocks were demolished. Loss
Lexington, Mo., April 12. A torna
do passed near Mayview last night. It
tore up everything in a path 200 yards
wide and five miles long. A dozed
houses were demolished. And tbe two
Walker children were killed, also Mrs.
Luke and her brother. Many others
are seriously hurt
Battle in the Chicago
Ed. Partridge Still In the Elng
Tlie Unruffled Master of the
Chicago, April 12. The bull clique
In the wheat market was after big
gamo yesterday and apparently bagged
some of it. The famous plunger, Ed.
Partridge, seemed to be the person
aimed at, and he was unmercifully
crowded. It Is said, as a result of tbe
day, Partridge was a poorer man by
(760 000. He was thought to bo still
short of enough to lose him another
million besides the losses of yesterday J
partridge ahead today.
Tbe threat of a dollar a bushel for
May wheat seems about to be realized
today. Everything seems to be con
spiring with tbe big bull clique, beaded
by tbe multi-millionaire pork packers
aud speculators, Mlcheal and John Cu-
daby, to make life a burden to Part
ridge, tbe big bear. With a terrlflo
roar May opened at 00, an advance
over night of 81 cts. It was supposed
this would bring tbe big plunger down
but ho is apparently still in the ring
by a large majority and the clique
seeing IU mistake, began pounding tbe
market with heavy offerings. Inside
of five minutes the quotation was .84.
A series of wild fluctuations between
that figure and .00 followed, till the ex
citement exhausted Itself, and at tbo
end of tbe first hour, the market was
comparatively steady at 0 cents, under
tbe opening figures. Patridge Is on tbe
floor, dlreotiug operations of his brok
ers, in person, and Is evidently unruf
fled. His apparent mastery of tbe sit
uation elicited admiration even of those
opposed to him.
After 1:80 there was comparatively no
trading in either May or July wheat.
Washington, April 12. Democrat
ic senators In caucus decided the Roach
case cannot be investigated this cession
but that inquiry will be made in the
Martin case. It Is stated autborlUve
ly that Cleveland has selected J, O.
Smith, of Ohio, a radical tariff reform
er, commissioner of Internal revenue.
Uprising in Oorea.
Washington, April 12. Secretary
Gresham received a cable from Dlplom
atio Officer Seoul of Cores, saying a
general uprising of natives against
Christians, Including a number of citi
zens of the United States, Is about to
take place, The secretary of tbe navy
has ordered Admiral Harmony., com
manding tbe Asiatic Hiuadron at Hong
Kong, to sead a vessel to the sceae,
pr, CerU Ijlirth, wtt aa.lWfyfsrtMU.luJSUUa,
Highest of all In Leavening rower. Latest U, S Gov't Report
TOE PAPAL POLICY
Established by Leo XIII to Be
COAL MINE HORROR IN WALES.
SociaNste Demand Universal Suf
frage in Belgium.
The Pope's Policy.
London, April 12. A dispatch from
Rome emanating from high authority
states the Italian government Intends
upon occasion of holding the next papal
conclave to issue a brochure declaring
that tbe next pope ought to overthrow
the Democratic policy established by
tho present pope, and become recon
ciled with tho qulrlnal work. It Is
said it will also declare Pope Leo's suc
cessor should favor an alliance between
Germany, Austria and Italy. The dis
patch adds that in official circles it is
greatly feared Pope Leo's successor will
bo a foreigner. Liberals especially
dread the election of Cardinal Gibbous,
of Baltimore. Olllcials of tho Vatican
laugh at the idea of the proposed bro
chure having any effect. They smile
also at tbe other attempts tho Itallau
government had made or may attempt
to make for a change in tho pope's poll
oy. The ecclesiastical authorities be
lieve tbe'Democratlc pblicyof the'pope
has obtained such a firm hold upon tht
minds of tho people It will become tra
ditional and other popes will live up to
Goal Mine Explosion.
London, April 12. A spark from an
engine ignited gus in a coal pit near
Pontey Prldda, Wales, and caused a
frightful explosion. Three hundred
miners were entombed. Seventy men
succeeded in reaching tho surface
through the main dip, led by a mluer
who knew tbe roads. They had a
terrible struggle to get out, forcing
tbelr way through fire aud smoae. At
0:45 o'clock last evening it was still
impossible to obtain more than meagre
details of the accident. Tbe men who
saved themselves were too confused and
frightened to observe tho positions of
tbelr fellow worklngmon. They are
unable to stive any clear account of tbe
distribution of the miners and tbe
work of rescue must therefore proceed
under all difficulties of uncertainty.
At present the flames and smoke
would render any attempt to rescue
vain, if not fatal to the party making
descent. There Is little doubt, more
over, but most, if not all oj the men
below are suffocated or burned to
death. A second attempt to enter tbe
seam in which the fire started proved
resultless. Although the rescuing
party saw six dead bodies, they were
prevented by smoke and beat from
London, April 12. Tbo fire In tbo
mine at Point Yprldd, Wales, iu which
so many miners are entombed, Is about
out, but gases are so thick that It Is still
impossible to explore for rcmalus of the
dead, or search for those who may pos.
slbly be alive.
Universal Suffrage. '"
Brussels, April 12. The chamber
of deputies rejected a motion In favor
of universal suffrage. In consequence
of the rejection of universal suf
frage, tbo general council of tho
labor party will at once order a gen
eral strike. Thousands of socialists
paraded the streets thin evening, shout
lug for universal suffrage. Tbo guard
was called out to disperse them and
after a slight skirmish the parado was
River fteamer Slaking.
Portland, April 12. The steamer
Orient collided with the Morrison street
Bridge pier this afternoon, staving a
large hole In her stern. The steauier Is
slowly sinking at her wharf,
Paris, April 12. The court ofarbl
tratlon. on llhrltisrsa trouble.deoided
I net lo admit for the present the British
IsaBBlMseatary report. This J a vie-
The man bad no revolver or other dan
gerous weapon. Azanlot was pro
nounced Insane, and taken to the
asylum this morning.
Got a Home at Last
London, April 12. William Waldorf
Astor has bought tho splendid estate of
Cliveden on tbe banks of the Thames,
from tbo Duke of Westminster. The
sura paid Is said to bo $1,125,000.
May Extend to Cardiff.
London, April 12. Joseph Wilson,
president of the Bailors' and Firemen's
union, Is taking an active part in be
half of the strikers at Hull. Ho has
gone to Cardiff to enlist the Dock-Laborers
aud Sallors'and Firemen's unions
in their behair. Ho has great influence
with tho men and there Is every evi
dence the shipping trade of Cardiff is
about to become Involved In n stiuggle
with tbo Sailors' and Flromon's unions.
The latter have demanded an increase
of wages, to go into effect today, and
threaten to block the sailing of every
vesssl unless their demands are com
Tho Bohring Boa Case.
London, April 12. The blue books
containing tho American case and the
counter caso in tho Bohring sea dispute
have been Issued. False translation iu
the American evidence Is dlscribed un
der tbe heading, "Imposition Practiced
Upon the United States." The state
ment concludes thus: "In partly rest
lnrr thnlr nnnltlnn I hn United HtatMl will
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at tbe same 'time Introduce wcuwlW
csms.upon er rebuttiug,evl4welta the;
British case as may seem called for.''
Caused at San Francisco By the Flood
Ban FitANOisoo, April 12. It tran
spired that the amount of ex-Cashier
Flood's dafalcatlon from tho Donohoe
Kelly bank Is $104,000 and a sensation
baa thereby been created in financial
circles. Tho bank officials have hereto
fore lutlmatcd that the cashier's short
age would not bo over $25,000, but the
facts were disclosed this afternoon when
suit was filled by tho bauk against
Flood to recover $180,000. The com
plaint alleges that in tbe last year he
misappropriated $104,000 and has reim
bursed the corporation only in $25,000.
Flood stoutly affirms bis innocence aud
declares that when the case comes to
trial he will be perfectly able to place
himself right before tbe world. It la
Intimated bo has been botrayed by the
perfidy of a frleud.
Flood acknowledges that the money
was abstracted from the bank in a,
lump sum and the shortuge was not
mado up of a series of speculations ex
tending over a series of years as has
beon supposed. Flood also confesses
that tho defalcation occurred since
March 4th. But what he did with It
and why ho took It Flood absolutely
refuses to stato. He has been a man
heretofore of upright life and Flood
said he had paid It out over tbe coun
ter in tbe usual manner to persons now
out of the Jurisdiction of the California
courts, He would not divulge their
Identity even under duress, but de
clared the bauk was at liberty to hold
him accountable and send him to
prisou. He cheerefully gaye up prop
erty worth $25,000 In partial reparation,
Flood had been with the bank thirty
years. The theory is advanced by
Bom'o that he has voluntarily sacrificed
his liberty aud reputation to shield
others, llo suggested to President
Donahoo that ho might make disclos
ures before his death, which might be
in a couple of days, seeming to Imply
Intentions to commit suicide.
Tho McCarthy's Seen.
Boibh City, Idaho, April 12. The
report reaches hero that recently the
two McCarthy's, who are wanted for
the Roslyu bank robbery, were seen en
Snake river In tbe Seven Devils region
near mineral. They called at the eawp
of a man named Dennis MeCartby.wfce
exchanged horses with tbeiH,the efeaage
being witnessed by other wlaefs.
Whether this was before er after tk
supposed oorralllug of tbe hum sew
days after their Mrs en4ig the eJR
eer, cannot, be leaned,
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